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Now held under lock and key in the [[Tasmogium Collection]] at the [[Alchemical College of the Magdalanate]], the Ebercus Papyrus is named after the family of an [[Ithatian]] treasure-hunter who inherited it.  The papyrus develops the principles of the [[chaos gods]] as powerful manifestations of [[chaos magic]] and their use for powerful [[Magic|wizardry]].  The provenance remains a matter of scholarly inquiry as the language is in ancient [[Yophenthean Language|Yophenthean]] and was most likely translated from an earlier papyrus from [[Corundy]] or [[Shelekhumbia]].
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Now held under lock and key in the [[Tasmogium Collection]] at the [[Alchemical College of the Magdalanate]], the Ebercus Papyrus is named after the family of an [[Ithatian]] treasure-hunter who inherited it.  The papyrus develops the principles of the [[chaos gods]] as powerful manifestations of [[chaos magic]] and their use for powerful [[Magic|wizardry]].  The provenance remains a matter of scholarly inquiry as the language is in ancient [[Classical Yophenthean|Yophenthean]] and was most likely translated from an earlier papyrus from [[Corundy]] or [[Shelekhumbia]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:48, 9 July 2019

Now held under lock and key in the Tasmogium Collection at the Alchemical College of the Magdalanate, the Ebercus Papyrus is named after the family of an Ithatian treasure-hunter who inherited it. The papyrus develops the principles of the chaos gods as powerful manifestations of chaos magic and their use for powerful wizardry. The provenance remains a matter of scholarly inquiry as the language is in ancient Yophenthean and was most likely translated from an earlier papyrus from Corundy or Shelekhumbia.

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